New Orleans Restaurants

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  • 1. Café du Monde

    $ | French Quarter

    No visit to New Orleans is complete without a chicory-laced café au lait paired with the addictive, sugar-dusted beignets at this venerable institution. The tables...Read More

  • 2. Company Burger

    $ | Uptown

    At the Company Burger, your order is simple: the amazing signature burger comes with two fresh-ground patties, bread-and-butter pickles, American cheese, and red onions on...Read More

  • 3. Dat Dog

    $ | Uptown

    At Dat Dog, the sprawling stand is painted in primary hues, as if the work had been outsourced to a talented kindergarten class, and the...Read More

  • 4. Acme Oyster House

    $$ | French Quarter

    A rough-edge classic in every way, this no-frills eatery is a prime source for briny, chilled Gulf oysters; legendary shrimp, oyster, and roast-beef po'boys; and...Read More

  • 5. Ancora

    $ | Uptown

    Every dish on the short menu here shows an obsessive attention to detail. The main attraction are the pizzas, which follow Neapolitan rules and use...Read More

  • 6. Angelo Brocato's

    $ | Mid-City

    Traditional Sicilian gelato, spumoni, cannoli, pastries, and candies are the attractions at this quaint little sweetshop, now over a century old. The crisp biscotti, traditional...Read More

  • 7. Casamento's

    $ | Uptown

    This eatery has been a haven for Uptown seafood lovers since 1919. Family members still wait tables and staff the immaculate kitchen in back, while...Read More

  • 8. Central Grocery

    $ | French Quarter

    This old-fashioned grocery store creates authentic muffulettas, a gastronomic gift from the city's Italian immigrants. Made by filling nearly 10-inch round loaves of seeded bread...Read More

  • 9. Drago's

    $$$ | Central Business District

    Since 1969 the Cvitanovich family restaurant has been a fixture in Metairie, just a short drive from downtown New Orleans, so when it was revealed...Read More

  • 10. Fair Grinds Coffeehouse

    $ | Bayou St. John

    Just off Esplanade Avenue, Fair Grinds Coffeehouse is the neighborhood spot for fair-trade coffee, tea, and snacks—including vegan treats. There's an upstairs balcony for alfresco...Read More

  • 11. Gumbo Shop

    $ | French Quarter

    Even given a few modern touches—like the vegetarian gumbo offered daily—this place evokes a sense of old New Orleans. The menu is chock-full of regional...Read More

  • 12. Irene's Cuisine

    $$ | French Quarter

    The walls here are festooned with enough snapshots, garlic braids, and crockery for at least two more restaurants, but it all just adds to the...Read More

  • 13. Johnny's Po-boys

    $ | French Quarter

    Strangely enough, good po'boys are hard to find in the French Quarter, but Johnny's, established in 1950, compensates for that scarcity with a cornucopia of...Read More

  • 14. Mahony's Po-Boy Shop

    $ | Uptown

    What happens when a fine-dining chef opens a po'boy joint? You get delicious local shrimp, hand-cut french fries, and nontraditional menu items like chicken livers...Read More

  • 15. Mandina's

    $$ | Mid-City

    Also known as "the pink house," Mandina's has been a neighborhood favorite for locals since 1932. Although this Canal Street fixture has expanded over the...Read More

  • 16. Molly's Rise and Shine

    $ | Garden District | American

    In this second restaurant from Turkey and the Wolf chef Mason Hereford, attention is turned to the classics of breakfast food. Decorated with...Read More

  • 17. Mr. B's Bistro

    $$$ | French Quarter

    Those who wonder if there really is a New Orleans restaurant that can properly cater to both tourists and locals need look no farther than...Read More

  • 18. Palace Café

    $$$ | French Quarter

    Occupying what used to be New Orleans's oldest music store, this Dickie Brennan stalwart is a convivial spot to try some of the more imaginative...Read More

  • 19. Parkway Bakery & Tavern

    $ | Mid-City

    Former contractor Jay Nix resurrected more than just a dilapidated building when he reopened Parkway: he also brought back to life a dormant community spirit....Read More

  • 20. Port of Call

    $ | French Quarter

    Every night, no matter the weather, people wait for more than an hour outside Port of Call for fist-thick burgers made from freshly ground beef,...Read More

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